MitchCare Collapses

Senator Mitch McConnell’s plan to pass a bill that keeps some of the worst parts of Obamacare has failed. It’s an embarrassing defeat for someone who portrays himself as a strategic genius. After writing several versions of virtually the same flawed bill, McConnell signaled defeat yesterday by announcing that the Senate not vote on his … Continue reading MitchCare Collapses

Mandel Running Strong In Ohio

I wanted to share some good news regarding State Treasurer Josh Mandel (R-OH), our endorsed candidate for U.S. Senate in Ohio. The latest PPD Buckeye State Battleground Poll shows Mandel expanding his lead over liberal incumbent Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) in one of the most important Senate races in the country. The survey shows Mandel … Continue reading Mandel Running Strong In Ohio

McConnell Signals Support for Obamacare Bailout

Since Senator Mitch McConnell has nowhere near enough votes to pass his health care bill, he is now calling for a deal with the Democrats to bail out Obamacare. This is exactly the opposite of what McConnell promised to do and it shows, once again, that he never opposed Obamacare. McConnell’s strategy rejects the common … Continue reading McConnell Signals Support for Obamacare Bailout

McConnell Opposes Trump’s Call for Repeal

Given the fact that there aren’t the votes in the Senate to pass Mitch McConnell’s bill to continue some of the worst parts of Obamacare, President Trump has called on Senate Republicans to pass repeal FIRST and then consider other health care policies LATER. The president is right, but McConnell is breaking his promise to … Continue reading McConnell Opposes Trump’s Call for Repeal

Repeal First

Your efforts to repeal Obamacare are beginning to show results. Following the failure of Mitch McConnell’s plan to keep Obamacare, President Trump has called on Senate Republicans to repeal Obamacare FIRST and then work on other reforms later. If Republican Senators are unable to pass what they are working on now, they should immediately REPEAL, … Continue reading Repeal First

Chris Herrod for Congress

We are proud to endorse Chris Herrod (R-UT) in the special election for Congress in Utah’s 3rd district. This is the race to replace Congressman Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) who is resigning. Chris earned his place on the August 15th primary election ballot by winning the most votes at the GOP nominating convention this past Saturday. He was the choice of … Continue reading Chris Herrod for Congress

MitchCare Betrayal

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) released his draft health care bill today and it’s another betrayal. We are still learning the details of the plan and there is much we don’t know, but one thing is clear – the plan completely fails to repeal Obamacare as we were promised. After writing the bill behind closed doors, … Continue reading MitchCare Betrayal

Ralph Norman Wins In South Carolina

Yesterday, conservative businessman Ralph Norman (R-SC) defeated liberal Archie Parnell (D-SC) in the special election for Congress in South Carolina’s 5th district. The Democrats tried to flip this seat after Mick Mulvaney vacated it to serve in the Trump Administration, but you stood up to them and helped score an important victory for conservatives. Thank you for … Continue reading Ralph Norman Wins In South Carolina

SCF Congratulates Ralph Norman

Alexandria, VA – Senate Conservatives Fund President Ken Cuccinelli made the following statement after conservative businessman Ralph Norman (R-SC) was declared the winner of the special election for the U.S. House in South Carolina’s 5th District: “Ralph Norman is a principled conservative and we congratulate him and his entire team on their victory tonight. Ralph’s leadership is greatly needed in Washington where … Continue reading SCF Congratulates Ralph Norman

Obamacare Update

It appears that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is about to break his promise to repeal Obamacare. Reports indicate that he has abandoned repeal and is now working to placate moderate Republican senators by keeping Obamacare’s premium-spiking mandates, keeping Obamacare’s taxes, keeping Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion, and possibly even allowing for taxpayer money to be used … Continue reading Obamacare Update